Monitor Audio | EN 50020 | SVSi CONTROL

SVSi CONTROL
SOLUTIONS PROTOCOL
N8001
N8002
The SVSi Conductor N8001 is a web-based Controller,
supports up to 5 simultaneous users and 50 devices, includes
simplified ASCII interface for third party control via telnet or
TCP/IP.
The SVSi Conductor N8002 is a rack-mount 2RU web-based
Controller; supports unlimited users and devices, includes
simplified ASCII interface for 3rd party control via telnet or
TCP/IP.
7.5” x 7.5” x 1.5”
3-Ibs
Standalone Unit
17” x 15.5” x 3.5”
17-Ibs
Rack-Mount Unit
Eth1 – 192.168.1.99
AND 169.254.10.99
Eth0 – 192.169.1.99
Eth1 – 169.254.10.99
The video, keyboard, mouse and additional I/O on the back of the unit are not utilized for daily operation. You will not be able to
access the Conductor software from the unit directly. There is no need to attach a keyboard/mouse or monitor to the unit.
ACCESSING CONDUCTOR:
Conductor has a web based interface. To access the interface, open a web browser and navigate to the unit’s IP Address. SVSi
recommends Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox for this.
Default User Name: admin
Default Password: password
ENABLE THIRD PARTY CONTROL:
The control system will need to establish a single persistent socket connection between the control system and the Conductor
Unit. The socket will need to connect to port 50020. For common control systems like Crestron or AMX please download the
latest modules off our website http://svsiav.com/support/resources/software.
Software on the Conductor will need to be updated if the version currently installed is prior to the December 2013 update. Units
with older software will need to connect and control the Conductor with a telnet session on Port 50008, and will not able to utilize
the push notification system detailed below. Contact Technical support to receive the appropriate files to update conductor if
running software prior to December 2013.
FOR MULTIPLE PROCESSORS/BRANDS:
There is virtually no limit to the number of connections that can be established between third party control systems and the
Conductor Units. However, it is recommended if an application will require greater than 80 connections, that a second unit be
purchased for load balancing applications, or master/slave setups. Please contact technical support about your application if you
have questions about this process.
SYSTEM SETUP UTILIZING PUSH NOTIFICATIONS
Starting with version 2/19/2013, Conductor now supports push notification system for Third Party Control Systems, as
well as raw socket (versus Telnet) connections. The advantages of this system are:
1) No polling needed. When conductor detects a change in one of the monitored fields, the unit will send a notice to
the third party control system with the update for the unit.
2) Simplified Status packets for all monitored devices. Details are in the below tables, but the status packet now
contains all relevant information for system operation and monitoring.
TO ENABLE PUSH NOTIFICATIONS FOR DEVICES
1) Every time a connection is initiated, a monitor command must be sent out from the third party control system with
the ip address of the device to be monitored. This command is:
monitor <IPAddress> CRLF
2) After a device is monitored, the status of that device will be reported when a change occurs. To get the status of a
monitored device at any time (when no changes have occurred) send the following command:
monitornotify <ipAddress> CRLF
3) The simplified status responses are detailed in the tables below.
4) If a connection is dropped, the monitor command must be resent when the connection is re-established.
5) Simplified status packets are encapsulated in an XML block of <status>...</status> additional messages may be
sent from Conductor to the control system (verbose messages including switch confirmations, and command
acknowledgments)
TELNET SESSIONS:
Conductor Units may also be controlled via Telnet Sessions utilizing port 50008. Legacy control system integration utilized this
method for control. Legacy programs will continue to function utilizing telnet via port 50008. This is also a useful tool for system
programmers to test commands prior to integrating with a third party control system.
COMMAND STRUCTURE:
All Commands detailed below follow the same general format. They can be generated from within Conductor Software by going
to Tasks > Scripts and utilizing the drop down menus to automatically generate control codes. For those pre-programming
hardware, utilize the tables below to determine your commands following this structure. All fields are separated by a space.
<action> <destination> <requiredInformation>
OR
Switch 169.254.10.104 221
PANEL BUILDER:
The N8001 and N8002 offer a GUI application called Panel Builder. Panels may be utilized as a standalone control option, or as
an extension to a Third Party Control System. Panels can be generated for and displayed on any mobile device or PC/Mac. The
look and feel is completely customizable. Programming, Design, and Implementation is incredibly fast using the built in-controls.
For more information on Panel Builder please visit the following http://svsiav.com/products/management-systems/.
For more information on how to integrate Panel Builder as your control interface, please contact our Pre-Sales technical team for
additional information and training resources.
ADDITIONAL HELP:
For additional information, or troubleshooting please contact SVSi
Technical Support between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM Central Standard
Time at 256-261-7143 or email support@svsiav.com.
Encoder Commands
Command
Required Variables
Example Command
Description
N-Series
Support
V-Series
Support
live
Encoder IP
live 169.254.104.1 <┘
Encoder or decoder to live play mode.
Y
Y
Y
Y
modeoff
Encoder IP
modeoff 169.254.105.25<┘
Disables the encoder from broadcasting any traffic to the network. If
any encoders are viewing this stream, they will transition to local play
(loss of stream)
local
Encoder IP and Playlist #
local 169.254.30.238 1<┘
Activate a Host playlist. Valid Options are 1-8.
Y
Y
serial
Encoder IP and Serial Command
ID
serial 169.254.17.88 29<┘
Sends stored serial command (referenced by CommandID #) to
device at IP address. Command not valid for V-Series Encoders
Y
N
serialhex
Encoder, Wait Time, Serial
Command HEX
serialhex 1 169.254.17.88 43 4f 4d 4d 41 4e 44<┘
Send raw serial command (HEX) to device through Conductor. Wait
time determines time for conductor to automatically ask for the
response from the attached device.
Y
N
serialhex
Encode, Wait Time, Serial
Command ASCII
serialhex 1 169.254.17.88 "COMMAND"<┘
Send raw serial command (ASCII) to device through Conductor. Wait
time determines time for conductor to automatically ask for the
response from the attached device.
Y
N
readresponse
encoder IP
readresponse 169.254.17.88<┘
reads the response from a serial command sent from Conductor
where "Read Response" checkbox was enabled when command is
saved, or serialhex command is utilized.
Y
N
sendir
encoder IP, command name
sendir 169.254.212.1 Play<┘
N-Series Devices Only: Execute IR Command saved on
Encoder/Decoder. Reference is by name, and CaSE sensitive.
Y
N
sendirraw
Encoder IP, IR Pronto Code
sendirraw 169.254.38.121 0000 006C 0022 0000 015B 00AD 016 0016
0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016
0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0041
0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0016
0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0041
0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0041
0016 0041 0016 0622<┘
N-Series Devices Only: Execute IR Command without saving
command on device. Uses long form Pronto Hex Codes, provided by
equipment manufacturer.
Y
N
audioon
Encoder IP
audioon 169.254.30.238<┘
Enables audio output for encoder or decoder
Y
Y
audiooff
Encoder IP
audiooff 169.254.30.238<┘
Disables audio output for encoder or decoder
Y
Y
enablecc
Encoder IP
enablecc 169.254.105.1<┘
Enables Color Space Correction (use if screen is pink or green)
Y
Y
disablecc
Encoder IP
disablecc 169.254.105.1<┘
Disables Color Space Correction (use if screen is pink or green)
Y
Y
autocc
Encoder IP
autocc 169.254.105.1<┘
Sets Color Space Correction to Auto (N-Series Encoders ONLY)
Y
N
enablehdmiaudio
Encoder IP
enablehdmiaudio 169.254.105.1<┘
Enables HDMI audio on Encoder (if video source is analog, this is
disabled by default)
Y
Y
disablehdmiaudio
Encoder IP
disablehdmiaudio 169.254.105.1<┘
Disables HDMI audio, and will only utilize Analog Audio connection
Y
Y
autohdmiaudio 169.254.105.1<┘
N-Series Only - Encoder detects HDMI audio support via Source EDID
information and enables/disables as appropriate
Y
N
N-Series
Support
V-Series
Support
autohdmiaudio
Encoder IP
Decoder Commands
Command
Required Variables
Example Command
Description
switch
Decoder IP and Encoder IP
switch 169.254.104.1 169.254.105.1 <┘
Switch decoder video stream by IP address, if decoder audio follows
is enabled, this will switch the audio stream as well.
Y
Y
switch
Decoder IP and Encoder Stream
Number
switch 169.254.104.1 212 <┘
Switch decoder video stream by encoder stream number, if decoder
audio follows is enabled, this will switch the audio stream as well.
Y
Y
switchaudio
Decoder IP and Encoder IP
switchaudio 169.254.104.1 169.254.105.1 <┘
Switch decoder audio stream by IP address. This will only switch the
audio stream. Note - Decoder will have a * next to it's name in the
matrix when the device is not set to audio follow video
Y
Y
switchaudio
Decoder IP and Encoder Stream
Number
switchaudio 169.254.104.1 212 <┘
Switch decoder audio stream by encoder stream number. This will
only switch the audio stream. Note - Decoder will have a * next to it's
name in the matrix when the device is not set to audio follow video
Y
Y
audiofollow
Decoder IP
audiofollow 169.254.104.1 <┘
Set the decoder back to audio follow mode. IF currently listening to a
different audio stream, box will immediately switch to current video
streams audio. Can also be accomplished by sending a switchaudio
command to set to stream 0.
Y
Y
live
decoder IP
live 169.254.104.1 <┘
decoder to live play mode.
Y
Y
local
Decoder IP AND Playlist #
local 169.254.30.238 1<┘
Activate a Local playlist. Valid Options are 1-8. Check device
limitations, some devices only support playlist 1.
Y
Y
serial
Decoder IP and Serial Command
ID
serial 169.254.17.88 29<┘
Sends stored serial command (referenced by CommandID #) to
device at IP address.
Y
Y
serialhex
Decoder IP, Wait Time, Serial
Command HEX
serialhex 1 169.254.17.88 43 4f 4d 4d 41 4e 44<┘
Send raw serial command (HEX) to device through Conductor. Wait
time determines time for conductor to automatically ask for the
response from the attached device.
Y
Y
serialhex
Decoder IP, Wait Time, Serial
Command ASCII
serialhex 1 169.254.17.88 "COMMAND"<┘
Send raw serial command (ASCII) to device through Conductor. Wait
time determines time for conductor to automatically ask for the
response from the attached device.
Y
Y
readresponse
decoder IP
readresponse 169.254.17.88<┘
reads the response from a serial command sent from Conductor
where "Read Response" checkbox was enabled when command is
saved, or serialhex command is utilized.
Y
Y
Decoder IP, Command Name
sendir 169.254.212.1 Play<┘
Execute IR Command saved on Decoder. Reference is by name, and
CaSE sensitive.
Y
N
sendirraw
Decoder IP, IR Pronto Code
sendirraw 169.254.38.121 0000 006C 0022 0000 015B 00AD 016 0016
0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016
0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0041
0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0016
0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0016 0041
0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0041 0016 0016 0016 0041 0016 0041
0016 0041 0016 0622<┘
Execute IR Command without saving command on device. Uses long
form Pronto Hex Codes, provided by equipment manufacturer.
Y
N
audioon
decoder IP
audioon 169.254.104.1<┘
Enables audio output for decoder
Y
Y
audiooff
decoder IP
audiooff 169.254.104.1<┘
Disables audio output fordecoder
Y
Y
dvion
decoder IP
dvion 169.254.104.1<┘
Enables the DVI output of Decoder
Y
Y
dvioff
decoder IP
dvioff 169.254.104.1<┘
Disables the DVI output of the Decoder
Y
Y
enablehdmiaudio
decoder IP
enablehdmiaudio 169.254.104.1<┘
Enables digital Audio Output of Decoder
Y
Y
disablehdmiaudio
decoder IP
disablehdmiaudio 169.254.104.1<┘
Disables digital Audio Output of Decoder
Y
Y
sendir
autohdmiaudio
decoder IP
autohdmiaudio 169.254.104.1<┘
Detects display support for digital audio and outputs digital audio if
appropriate
Y
N
Y
N
Y
Y
cropref
Decoder IP, X1Y1, X2Y2
Coordinates
cropref 169.254.104.1 10 10 20 20 <┘
Enables cropping functionality (scaler must be enabled) to the coordinates given in the command. X1Y1 are top left corner. X2Y2 are
bottom right corner.
getStatus
Decoder IP
getStatus 169.254.104.1<┘
Returns the current status of the device in an XML form.
N6123 Network Video Recorder
Command
Required Variables
Example Command
Description
record
DVR IP, Source IP, Record
Duration, Record Description
record 169.254.178.49 169.254.30.238 5 MY RECORDING<┘
Start a single channel recording. Record Despcription cannot exceed
250 characters, no special characters are supported.
dsrecord
DVR IP, Source 1 IP, Source 2 IP,
Record Duration
dsrecord 169.254.178.49 169.254.30.238 169.254.23.72 5 MY
RECORDING 1 and MY RECORDING 2<┘
Start a dual sync recording. Record Description cannot exceed 250
characters, no special characters are supported.
dvrswitch1
DVR IP, New Source IP OR Stream
Number
dvrswitch1 169.254.178.49 169.254.30.238<┘
Switches 1st stream on the DVR to a new selection during a
recording.
dvrswitch2
DVR IP, New Source IP OR Stream
Number
dvrswitch2 169.254.178.49 169.254.30.238<┘
Switches 2nd stream on the DVR to a new selection during a
recording.
mpeg
DVR IP, File, Bitrate
mpeg 169.254.178.49 latest 1 bitrate:7500000<┘
Convert the latest specified stream on the DVR to mpeg. 1 for first
stream (in dual sync recording) 2 for second stream. Bitrate default is
7500000
mpegall
DVR IP, Beginning & Ending timeframe
mpegall 169.254.178.49 24 0 bitrate:7500000<┘
Convert all files on the DVR from a specified timeframe to mpeg. "24
0" Indicates convert all files recorded from time of command
execution back 24 hours.
deletempegfile
DVR IP
deletempegfile 169.254.178.49 latest <┘
Delete the most recent mpeg file recording on the DVR
play
DVR IP, File Index OR "latest" to
be played, looping, start offset,
stop offset
play 169.254.178.49 latest noloop 0 0<┘
play 169.254.178.49 f.528E37F2.index loop 0 0<┘
Play a specific file from a DVR. Start/Stop Offset in seconds. Offsets
start/stop recording by a specific time from the beginning or end of
the file. Default is 0 0.
stop
DVR IP
stop 169.254.178.49<┘
Stops playback on DVR
pause
DVR IP
pause 169.254.178.49<┘
Pauses playback on DVR
unpause
DVR IP
unpause 169.254.178.49<┘
Unpauses playback on DVR
fastforward
DVR IP
fastforward 169.254.178.49<┘
Fast Forwards playback on DVR
rewind
DVR IP
rewind 169.254.178.49<┘
Rewinds playback on DVR
deletefile
DVR IP, File to be deleted
deletefile 169.254.178.49 latest<┘
Deletes specified file on DVR
stepforward
DVR IP
stepforward 169.254.178.49<┘
Jumps playback forward
stepreverse
DVR IP
stepreverse 169.254.178.49<┘
Jumps playback in reverse
stoprecord
DVR IP
stoprecord 169.254.178.49<┘
Stops recording on DVR
recordhold
DVR IP
recordhold 169.254.178.49<┘
Holds recording on DVR
recordrelease
DVR IP
recordrelease 169.254.178.49<┘
Releases recording on DVR
playhold
DVR IP
playhold 169.254.178.49<┘
Holds play on DVR
playrelease
DVR IP
playrelease 169.254.178.49<┘
Releases play on DVR
deleteallplaylist
DVR IP
deleteallplaylist 169.254.178.49<┘
Deletes all recorded files on DVR
deleteallmpegs
DVR IP
deleteallmpegs 169.254.178.49<┘
Deletes all MPEG files on DVR
remotecopy
DVR IP
remotecopy 169.254.178.49<┘
Copies all MPEG files to Designated Network Storage Array
N2510 Windowing Processor
Command
Required Variables
Example Command
Description
wpswitch
WP IP, Window #, Source IP
wpswitch 169.254.120.2 1 169.254.30.238<┘
Switches streams on a specific window to a specified source
wpaudioin
WP IP, Source IP
wpaudioin 169.254.120.2 169.254.30.238<┘
Specifies which audio stream to listen to
wpactive
WP IP, Window #
wpactive 169.254.120.2 1<┘
Activates a specific window
wpinactive
WP IP, Window #
wpinactive 169.254.120.2 1<┘
Deactivates a specific window
wpaudioon
WP IP
wpaudioon 169.254.120.2<┘
Turns on Windowing Processor Audio
wpaudiooff
WP IP
wpaudiooff 169.254.120.2<┘
Turns off Windowing Processor Audio
wpmodeon
WP IP
wpmodeon 169.254.120.2<┘
Turn Windowing Processor Mode On
wpmodeoff
WP IP
wpmodeoff 169.254.120.2<┘
Turn Windowing Processor Mode Off
wparrange
WP IP, Window #, Window
Arrangement (pixels)
wparrange 169.254.120.2 1 0 0 10 10<┘
Arrange a specific Window on the Processor
wpbackground
WP IP, Background #
wpbackground 169.254.120.2 1<┘
Choose a background for the Windowing Processor
wpcrop
WP IP, Window #, Crop Coord.
(pixels)
wpcrop 169.254.120.2 1 0 0 0 0<┘
Adjust the crop settings on a specific window
wppriority
WP IP, Window #, Priority #
wppriority 169.254.120.2 1 1<┘
Set the priority for a specific window.
wpbordon
WP IP, Window #
wpbordon 169.254.120.2 1<┘
Turn on the border on a specific window
wpbordoff
WP IP, Window #
wpbordoff 169.254.120.2 1<┘
Turn off the border on a specific window
wppreset
WP IP, Preset #
wppreset 169.254.120.2 0<┘
Activate an internal preset
ATR201 Audio Transceiver
Command
Required Variables
Example Command
Description
atrswitch
ATR IP, Source IP
atrswitch 169.254.252.121 169.254.30.238<┘
Switch audio on the ATR to a specified source
atrmute
ATR IP
atrmute 169.254.252.121<┘
Mute the ATR's output
atrunmute
ATR IP
atrunmute 169.254.252.121<┘
Unmute the ATR's output
atrtxmute
ATR IP
atrtxmute 169.254.252.121<┘
Disable the ATR's Transmit output
atrtxunmute
ATR IP
atrtxunmute 169.254.252.121<┘
Enable the ATR's Transmit output
atrhpvol
ATR IP, Volume #
atrhpvol 169.254.252.121 50<┘
Set the ATR's Headphone Volume level (0-100)
atrlovol
ATR IP, Volume #
atrlovol 169.254.252.121 75<┘
Set the ATR's Lineout Volume level (0-100)
atrlovolup
ATR IP, Percent to increase
atrlovolup 169.254.252.121 5<┘
Increments the lineout volume by the given value- IE if currently
volume is 40 and the command is to increment by 5, this will make
the new volume 45
atrlovoldown
ATR IP, Percent to decrease
atrlovoldown 169.254.252.121 5<┘
Decrements the lineout volume by the given value (in percent)
atrhpvolup
ATR IP, Percent to increase
atrhpvolup 169.254.252.121 5<┘
Increments the headphone out volume by the give value (in percent)
atrhpvoldown
ATR IP, Percent to decrease
atrhpvoldown 169.254.252.121 5<┘
Decrements the headphone out volume by the given value (in
percent)
Video Wall Commands
Command
Required Variables
Example Command
Description
videowall
Name of Video Wall, Name of
Layout
videowall "myVidWall" "fullScreen"<┘
Changes a video wall layout (decoders or with windowing
processors) to the new layout
videowallswitch
Name of Video Wall, Name of
Layout, Layer to switch, Stream
number (or IP of encoder)
videowall "myVidWall" "fullScreen" 1 123<┘
Changes one window within the video wall to a new source. Can be
referenced by IP or Stream Numer
Miscellaneous Commands
Command
Required Variables
Example Command
Description
script
Script ID
script 33<┘
Execute the stored script. Script must be saved to conductor prior to
executing
goto
Panel ID
goto 50<┘
In a panel builder project, switch to a different panel
tcpclient
IP address of device, port
number, command
tcpclient 192.168.10.20 5000 aa bb cc dd<┘
Send Command to destination device (IE - IP controlled projector).
Command and port are provided by the device manufacturer.
udpclient
IP address of device, port
number, command
udpclient 192.168.10.20 5000 aa bb cc dd<┘
Send Command to destination device (IE - IP controlled projector).
Command and port are provided by the device manufacturer.
Command is UDP.
reboot
Device IP
reboot 169.254.25.12<┘
Reboot an SVSi device at the IP address specificed.
gc_serial
GC IP, Serial Port #, Serial CMD
gc_serial 192.168.1.166 1:1 6b 61 20 30 20 30 31 0d<┘
Send a serial command through a Global Cache device
gc_openrelay
GC IP, Relay Port #
gc_openrelay 192.168.1.166 3:1<┘
Open a specific relay on a Global Cache device
gc_closerelay
GC IP, Relay Port #
gc_closerelay 192.168.1.166 3:1<┘
Close a specific relay on a Global Cache Device
GC IP, IR Port #, GC IR Command
gc_ir 169.254.250.240 4:3
sendir,1,38000,1,1,347,173,22,22,22,22,22,65,22,22,22,22,22,22,22,22,
22,65,22,65,22,22,22,22,22,65,22,65,22,65,22,65,22,22,22,22,22,65,22,
22,22,22,22,65,22,22,22,22,22,22,22,65,22,22,22,65,22,65,22,22,22,65,
22,65,22,65,22,1570<┘
Send an IR Command through a Global Cache device
gc_ir
Encoder Status Packet Response
Status Packet Response
<status>169.254.114.220;1;0;0;0;live;1;300;0;1;0;0;720p60</status> Status Packet Fields<status>IP address; Communication; dvioff;scaler;source state; mode; audio state; stream #; stream #; playlist; colorspace;hdmiaudio;resolution;</status>
Field
Values
Communications
1 = Online | 0 = Offline
dvioff
Always 0 (encoder DVI always
enabled)
scaler
1 = on | 0 = off
Source State
1 = source detected | 0 = No
Source
mode
live | local | off
Audio State
1 = Enabled | 0 = disabled
Video Stream
0 - 40000 (Stream assignment of
encoder)
Audio Stream
Same as Video Stream
Playlist
Playlist 1 - 8
colorspace
auto | on | off
hdmiaudio
auto | on | off
Resolution
Scaler Output Resolution. IE 720p60 or 1080p60
Notes:
Decoder Status Packet Response
Status Packet Sample: <status>169.254.237.181;1;0;0;0;live;0;6995;0;1;0;0;720p60</status> Status Packet Order: <status>IP address; communication;dvioff;scaler;display state;mode;audio state;video stream;audiostream;playlist;colorspace;hdmiaudio;resolution</status>
Field
Values
Communications
1 = Online | 0 = Offline
dvioff
1 = off | 0 = on
scaler
1 = on | 0 = off
displaystate
1 = display on | 0 = display off
mode
live | local
Audio State
1 = Enabled | 0 = disabled
Video Stream
0 - 40000
Audio Stream
0 = Follow Video | 0 - 40000
Playlist
Playlist 1 - 8
Notes:
If simplified DVI detect is enabled, this will always be 1 unless display
is physically not attached.
colorspace
For Decoders this will always be
0
hdmiaudio
Always auto for decoders
Resolution
Scaler Output Resolution. IE 720p60 or 1080p60
ATR201 Status Packet Response
Status Packet Response
<status>169.254.11.20;50;212;enabled;enabled;100;100;100;100;online</status>
Status Packet Fields<status>IP address; EncodeStream#;DecodeStream#;TxAudioState;RxAudioState;Lineoutvol_L;lineoutvol_r;hpvol_L;hpvol_r;communication</status>
Field
Values
Encode Stream #
1 - XXXXX
Decode Stream #
1 - xxxxx
TX Audio State
Enabled | Disabled
RX Audio State
Enabled | Disabled
Volumes
0 -100
communication
online | offline
Notes:
N2510 Status Packet Response
Status Packet Response
<status>169.254.25.10;26;1080p;97;enabled;97;9998;98;98;online;</status>
Status Packet Fields<status>IP address; EncodeStream#;Output Resolution;Input Audio Stream;Audio State;Win 1 V Source;Win 2 V Source;Win 3 V Source;Win 4 V Source;communication;</status>
Field
Values
Encode Stream #
1 - XXXXX
Output Resolution
Output Resolution of the
Window Process - IE - 720p60 |
1080p
Input Audio Stream
1 - XXXXX
Audio State
enabled | disabled
Win 1 - 4 V Source
1 - xxxxx
Communication
online | offline
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